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Office First Aid Kit Packing Checklist

Office First Aid Kit Packing ChecklistSooner or later, someone in the office is going to need a band-aid.  Depending on the environment, you could need much more, so in addition to quick access to 9-1-1, every office, department, or work area should maintain a sufficient First Aid Kit.  The Office First Aid Kit Packing Checklist identifies the most common items that should be included.

For a static location, such as an office, the Office First Aid Kit Packing Checklist can simply match the Comprehensive First Aid Kit Packing Checklist.  A few items may differ relative to the location or environment, but the following items are included on the Office First Aid Kit Packing Checklist (downloadable and printable PDF).

First Aid Kit, Office

  • Sufficiently large container (box, bag, etc.)
  • Absorbent Compress dressing/gauze
  • Roller Bandage 3” (individually wrapped)
  • Roller Bandage 4” (individually wrapped)
  • Elastic bandage
  • Triangular Bandage
  • Sterile Gauze Pad 3×3
  • Sterile Gauze Pad 4×4
  • Cloth adhesive tape
  • Adhesive bandages (assorted sizes)
  • CPR Breathing Barrier
  • Instant Cold Compress
  • Gloves, disposable, non-latex
  • Scissors
  • Thermometer
  • Tweezers
  • First Aid Instruction Booklet
  • Aspirin/Regular Strength Pain Medication/Anti-inflammatory painkillers
  • Antihistamine/Benadryl
  • Epinephrine auto injector (Epipen)
  • Antiseptic/Antibiotic Ointment
  • Hydrocortisone Ointment
  • Aloe vera gel
  • Antiseptic Wipes
  • Alcohol pads
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Saline
  • Lighter
  • Penlight
  • Cotton balls/swabs
  • Duct tape

For quick access to all the downloadable and printable pdf packing checklists, check out the PackingChecklist.net Downloads page.

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Comprehensive First Aid Kit Packing Checklist

Comprehensive First Aid Kit Packing ChecklistA packing checklist is always useful to create, pack, and refresh your first aid kit, whether you’re a parent, a team mom, a coach, a teacher, an office dweller, or a solo/small group sports buff.  The recommended packing checklist will vary based on the location and purpose.  (Download the printable PDF version of the First Aid Kit, Comprehensive Packing Checklist here.)

For a relatively static location, such as a ball field, a camp ground, or an office, the packing checklist can and should be extensive.  Items to pack in a comprehensive first aid kit may include the following.

First Aid Kit, Comprehensive

  • Sufficiently large container (box, bag, etc.)
  • Absorbent Compress dressing/gauze
  • Moleskin for blister treatment and prevention
  • Roller Bandage 3” (individually wrapped)
  • Roller Bandage 4” (individually wrapped)
  • Elastic bandage
  • Triangular Bandage
  • Sterile Gauze Pad 3×3
  • Sterile Gauze Pad 4×4
  • Cloth adhesive tape
  • Adhesive bandages (assorted sizes)
  • Blanket (space blanket)
  • CPR Breathing Barrier
  • Instant Cold Compress
  • Gloves, disposable, non-latex
  • Scissors
  • Thermometer
  • Tweezers
  • First Aid Instruction Booklet
  • Aspirin/Regular Strength Pain Medication/Anti-inflammatory painkillers
  • Antihistamine/Benadryl
  • Anti diarrhea medication
  • Epinephrine auto injector (Epipen)
  • Seasickness medication
  • Antiseptic/Antibiotic Ointment
  • Hydrocortisone Ointment
  • Burn cream packets
  • Aloe vera gel
  • Antiseptic Wipes
  • Alcohol pads
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Saline
  • Lighter
  • Penlight
  • Activated charcoal
  • Emetics
  • Cotton balls/swabs
  • Duct tape
  • Plastic baggies
  • Document listing relevant medical information

For quick access to all the downloadable and printable pdf packing checklists, check out the PackingChecklist.net Downloads page.

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Why Use PackingChecklist.net?

packingchecklistredpenIn addition to the reviews, travel tips, and community input on PackingChecklist.net, our primary focus is always to provide a packing checklist for all occasions. 

Many of the packing checklists are comprehensive detailing every item imaginable.  Some are destination-specific.  Others are event-specific.  There are packing checklists for light travel, heavy travel, frequent travel, local travel, and international travel.  …and if the specific packing checklist does not yet exist, community input will prompt the creation of a new or modified list.

Online, Downloadable, and Printable

Each packing checklist is provided online for internet/web accessibility at home or on the road.  Descriptions of the list are characterized based on destination, event, duration, or specific need(s).  Reviews are also provided on travel-related products, destinations, and item or service availability.  The online checklists and reviews are also open to the PackingChecklist.net community for comments and suggestions.

Each packing checklist is also provided in a downloadable and printable Adobe PDF format.  With the free Acrobat Reader software, the files can be universally stored and opened on virtually any computer and most mobile devices.

Since they are “packing checklists,” it’s also critically important that the PDF files are cleanly printable, so you can check off items as you pack.  Each PDF is designed to fit neatly, legibly, and cleanly on standard 8.5 x 11 paper.

Real People, Real Lists

Each packing checklist is created based on the real-life experiences and input of people who’ve actually packed THESE items for the specified list(s). 

  • Items on the Soccer Game/Practice Packing Checklist are actual items packed and used by real soccer moms.
  • Items on the Luxury Cruise Packing Checklist are actual items packed and used by couples who frequent luxury cruises.
  • Items on all the packing checklists are updated and modified based on the comments and input of real people in the PackingChecklist.net community.

Ideas

A packing checklist is designed to prompt ideas.  …things you might not have considered packing  …things you might decide to strike from your list.  They can also inspire gift ideas and new adventures.

Since the packing checklist PDFs are specific to the trip’s destination, event, duration, or purpose, you can use them for gift ideas for yourself or others.  Do you need to buy a gift for a golfer?  How about a SCUBA diver?  Check the packing checklist relative to each hobby. 

Many of the items on those lists are consumable and have to be frequently replaced (golf tees, golf balls, mask defogger, gift certificates for air fills, etc.).  Individually, these make great stocking-stuffers or token gifts.  Collectively, you can put several items in a container (duffel bag, tote bag, bucket, basket, etc.) for a more thoughtful gift.

The less consumable/more resilient items can also be very special and meaningful gifts (new club, new golf bag, sport-specific clothing, underwater camera, dive knife, etc.).  They’ll definitely know you put some thought into it.

As you’re scanning through the packing checklists, think about the specific destinations or purpose for each list.  You might just discover a new hobby or your next adventure.

Share

A big advantage to the lists, reviews, and PDFs on PackingChecklist.net is the opportunity to join the community and share your experiences.  Remember, new packing checklists and updates come from real people with real stories to share.  Feel free to comment, add suggestions, and share your stories on PackingChecklist.net.